Following my last post of another Salmon dish you might think that we always have salmon on our table. Well, I am a self-confessed salmon freak anyway :) but this dish was from last week when I thought that the theme then was 'steamed.' :D
What you will need for this dish:
Dill (fresh or dried)
Lay lettuce leaves on top of your steamer.
Place salmon fillets on lettuce and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place some sprigs of dill on top of salmon or sprinkle with dried dill weed.
Pour in the fish stock, white wine and juice of half the lemon in the bottom pot. Add the dill sprigs (reserving a few) or 1 tblsp. of dried dill weed. Bring this to a simmer.
Place the top rack of steamer on the simmering liquid and cover. Steam for 5 to 10 minutes or until the salmon turns a very light (whitish) pink. Remove from heat and let cool covered.
Serve with rice (steamed too!) and steamed veggies.
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